Fun Family Programs Run Daily at OC Lifesaving Station Museum at 10am

Jul 09, 2013 -- 6:46pm

Daily programs for the whole family are taking place every morning on the Boardwalk at the Ocean City Lifesaving Station Museum.  Each morning on the boardwalk in front of the Ocean City Lifesaving Station Museum, you can learn a little something about the resort.  There’s a new program on Sundays - ”Diary of a Reptile” presented by the Delmarva Discovery Center with stories about OC’s native reptiles and amphibians.  Monday the Beach Patrol has tips for a safe beach vacation, Tuesday, resident and historian, George Hurley presents OC-BC – Ocean City Before Condos – with stories on the resort’s history,  Wednesday learn knot tying from the Coast Guard Auxiliary and Thursday is “All About Sharks” day.  Friday learn about the Storm Warriors and Saturday is Aquarium Feeding – learn about the critters as they have their morning meal. The half hour or so programs begin at 10am and run through August 24.

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Mark Levin

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